Preserving Sekuru Mushore’s legacy
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Preserving Sekuru Mushore’s legacy

The Nyamweda people and communities living around the Nharira Hills are determined to preserve Sekuru…

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Sweating for a healthier mind, body and nation
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Sweating for a healthier mind, body and nation

FROM jogging to yoga, zumba, aerobics and bodybuilding, Zimbabweans from all walks of life are…

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The mystery at Mutare Museum
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The mystery at Mutare Museum

Among the things on display in Mutare Museum’s culture section are four small items that…

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Orange maize does it for Gokwe
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Orange maize does it for Gokwe

The people of Hezekiya village in Gokwe North have much cause to celebrate. Concerted efforts…

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Sekuru Banda man of the moment
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Sekuru Banda man of the moment

Dr Kamwelo Banda, the Malawian-born, Harare-based traditional healer, herbalist and spiritualist, is without question the…

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Chawa: Unique snake-charmer
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Chawa: Unique snake-charmer

Forget Tarzan, the immensely popular fictional cinema character who was raised in the African jungle…

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‘White gold’: A tale of two cotton selling points
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‘White gold’: A tale of two cotton selling points

Sitting restlessly under a huge baobab tree, Chris Katsande, a receiving clerk with the Cotton…

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‘This is all your fault!’
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‘This is all your fault!’

A few people, mostly women and girls, mill around the massive residential complex. 11,843 total views,…

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Mudzidzi Wimbo bares his soul
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Mudzidzi Wimbo bares his soul

Mudzidzi Wimbo (born Aaron Mhukuta), the leader of the Johane Masowe Vadzidzi VaJesu Church, is…

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Masendeke: It runs in the family
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Masendeke: It runs in the family

The name “Masendeke” is the stuff of legend in Zimbabwe. Synonymous with such heinous crimes…

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Roadblocks: Don’t celebrate just yet
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Roadblocks: Don’t celebrate just yet

Tendai Chara Stakeholders in the transport sector maintain that the Zimbabwe Republic Police, which announced…

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Gold service centres: The great mining fuss
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Gold service centres: The great mining fuss

Tendai Chara THE announcement by the Ministry of Mines and Mining Development that the first…

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Betting now a means of livelihood
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Betting now a means of livelihood

Tendai Chara Aaron Moyo’s daily routine starts with him waking up at 6am. Shortly thereafter,…

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The big problems of little people
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The big problems of little people

Workers’ Day loses its lustre
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Workers’ Day loses its lustre

Tendai Chara — Despite the harsh economic climate that has seen the worker base dwindling,…

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